Reviewers wanted for Age of the Sigil

Age of the Sigil, the new YA sci-fi fantasy TV Book series from 711 Press officially launches 01/02/2012. This sword & sorcery tale follows four youths: Deloria Kildri, Reev Onid, Estra Dane, and Pim the Knife, who awaken with magical marks upon their bodies, each bearing the image of one of four ancient Sigils created by the wizard Illendale to protect the lands.

Chosen to save their land from the mad tyrant, Lord Draedan Sifferus and an evil force that threatens to destroy the realm, the magical tattoos marking the youths' bodies come to life with powers to guide and protect them as they trek across the four quadrants of the continent of Austrand. Only by traveling the lands can they unlock the true power of each Sigil, which is the only magic powerful enough to bind the Void, the ancient evil that threatens to escape its prison, poison the lands, and end human life. Caught in a race against time to save mankind, our heroes use magic, ally with dragons, and fend off various larger-than-life foes in this epic YA saga.

If you like movies like Lord of the Rings, Eragon, Sorcerer's Apprentice and Harry Potter, as well as TV shows like Legend of the Seeker, Hercules and Merlin, then Age of the Sigil will be the perfect read for you. This TV series features thirteen weekly episodes for Season One. Each episode takes less than 30 minutes to read, making it the perfect book for on-the-go people looking for a bit of fun-filled fantasy to fill their imagination.

So if you're a willing Amazon Kindle book reviewer, sign up to receive this title for review. The rules are simple. The first 15 people to respond to this post will start receiving copies of Age of the Sigil via email beginning Monday. To be considered for the free Kindle gift, you must go to our Contact Page, fill out the form, and enter "Kindle Reviewer" in the Title of Your Subject box. That's it! 

To learn more about Age of the Sigil, visit the official book page here.

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